Drawing Biennial 2021

1 Aug 2021

I was really excited to have a drawing included in the Drawing Biennial 21 and hugely grateful to be nominated by Victoria Pomery. And I was stunned by the review in The Spectator by Laura Gascoigne:

My favourite drawing? Clare Smith’s ‘Red Tree’. It has no message that could be put into words; she has simply let the image bloom on the paper. Laura Gascoigne, The Spectator, 19 June 2021 in her review of the Drawing Biennial at the Drawing Room.

GROW exhibition

16 May 2021

Pleased to be included in GROW at Fronteer Gallery in Sheffield with these 3 postcard-sized pieces

Maple and Pieris in the garden, 2021, watercolour

In the park (Kearsney Abbey), 2021, marker pens and watercolour on Khadi paper, Dim. A6

Drawing Biennial 2021 at the Drawing Room

7 May 2021

So pleased to have a work in the Drawing Biennial 2021 at The Drawing Room. The Biennial is an exhibition and auction of over 300 works providing an invaluable snapshot of how artists are working with drawing today.

Featuring new and recent works on paper by leading international artists, the Biennial showcases every imaginable technique and represents artists from a range of generations, backgrounds, and heritages. The exhibition culminates in an online auction taking place over its final two weeks, with all works available to purchase – it’s your chance to own works by established greats and discover emerging talent.

Another set of drawings from Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai

16 Mar 2021

New work

25 Feb 2021

Here we go again, 2021 #2, 31x46cm, ink, watercolour, marker pens on xuan paper